Since 1993, we have created the opportunity for over 2,200
children 7 to 18 years of age to perform in amazing venues in
Sacramento, our nation, and abroad. Our goal is to inspire our
children – and our audiences – with a life-long love of music by
performing different types of musical genres and by utilizing
many languages and different eras.
The touring choirs of the SCC (Crescendo, Dolce) have delighted
audiences in China, Sweden, Norway, England, France, the Czech
Republic, Hungary, Pilsen, Kromeriz, Honolulu, New York (Carnegie
Hall), Oregon and Los Angeles as well as the Sacramento Community
Center Theater, the Memorial Auditorium and the Mondavi Center at
University of California at Davis.
The Sutterville Choir Club is an after school choir that meets
once a week on Wednesdays from 3:20 – 4:20pm. It is an program of
the Sacramento Children’s Chorus, whose aim is to bring a joy of
vocal music to youth. Come learn, grow, and experience the thrill
of singing with old and new friends as we explore choral classics
and contemporary songs.
If you are interested in joining in the Sutterville Choir Club,
we invite you to register now! Download Registration Form
Music Makers is a 8 week workshop designed to provide young
children with their “first experience in singing”. Kindergarten
through young second grade age children receive an
introduction to and possibly their first exposure to music.
Wednesday – September 18 – November 13, 2019 (October
9 - no class)
5:00pm – 5:50pm
Mosaic Law Congregration 2300 Sierra Blvd.
Class includes activities and games that include singing, rhythm,
and movement using a curriculum based on ETM, Orff and Kodaly
model. This teaching method incorporates singing games, movement,
playing instruments, and sharing each student’s unique voice.
Also, children are not required to audition and can simply focus
on having fun, making friends and learning the wonders of music.
Today’s evidence shows that children who participate in music
class at least once a week develop basic reading skills faster
and tend to have higher math, science and critical thinking
skills. Music classes develop listening skills and symbolic
thinking, as well as a means of socialization.
Want to sing, be part of a team, never sit on the bench?
Is your child interested in joining the Sacramento Children’s
Chorus?Sacramento Children’s Chorus has audition assessments
throughout August. We are scheduling now. If you have a child
that is interested, we can send you more information.
When you support Sacramento Children’s Chorus, you support the
Arts in our community! The SCC partners with individuals,
businesses, corporations, foundations and other organizations to
continue to introduce children to the life-changing opportunities
the arts can provide. We must continue to be a vital part of the
arts community in Sacramento.
All gifts are tax deductible as charitable contributions. Tax ID.
Join us in our annual celebration of regional youth choirs of all
ages! Saturday, November, 16, 2019 8:30am – 4:30pm
Westminster Presbyterian Church, Downtown Sacramento. And the
Sacramento Capitol Rotunda!
You are cordially invited to participate in the Capital Choral
Festival hosted by the Sacramento Children’s Chorus. This
festival has been designed to be a non-competitive adjudication
and performance opportunity for community and school youth choirs
of all ages. Last year, we welcomed elementary school
through college-age choirs!
The Sacramento Children’s Chorus provides a choral experience
that is fun and engaging for new and experienced singers. Singers
are given opportunities to perform and grow musically in a safe
environment. The choral setting is the perfect place for singers
to meet new friends, learn proper vocal technique, and to make
fun memories. I hope we inspire you to attend a concert, learn
about the choirs, or find out more about our special programs.
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